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Expressionless Face (Overview)

No expression? Blunted or flat affect which implies the outward display of a lack of intensity of any strong emotions.


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"fake" faints, shaking body parts out of sudden, expressionless, crying or laughing for no reason, random screams, can it be touretters? 14 y/o sister

"fake" faints, shaking body parts out of sudden, expressionless, crying or laughing for no reason, random screams, can it be touretters? 14 y/o sister

Attention seeking: Sounds like someone acting in a bizarre manor either to avoid some issue or get attention. Tourette syndrome often begins in the 4-6 yo & evolves over time. The teen who develops this late is unlikely affected. ...Read more

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Expressionless Face (Overview)

No expression? Blunted or flat affect which implies the outward display of a lack of intensity of any strong emotions.


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Can practicing wider facial expressions and exercises get rid of my long thin face?

Can practicing wider facial expressions and exercises get rid of my long thin face?

Not actually: If you have a longer face, thinner rather than wider, then facial expressions will not widen your face.. Though smiling will probably help you enjoy your face. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Expressionless face?

What is the definition or description of: Expressionless face?

See below: No expression? Blunted or flat affect which implies the outward display of a lack of intensity of any strong emotions. ...Read more

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Should i be concerned if my dad has Parkinson's and he always has a very expressionless look to his face. Is this part of the disease?

Should i be concerned if my dad has Parkinson's and he always has a very expressionless look to his face. Is this part of the disease?

This is: part of the condition. It can make it difficult for you as you do not have the usual visual clues to help you understand how your father is feeling. Know that behind the blank mask is the same father you have known and loved over the years with all the emotions one can have, he is just unable to move the facial muscles in the manner you would expect to communicate those. ...Read more

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Can a facial mini-flap lift also soften one "moderately" deep horizontal forehead line (when expressionless)?

Can a facial mini-flap lift also soften one "moderately" deep horizontal forehead line (when expressionless)?

Facelift: Regardless of the type of face lift you are contemplating, it's important to recognize that a facelift in general only tightens and addresses the lower third of the face and the upper neck. Forehead lines can be addressed with surgery, too, but that is called a forehead or brow lift. They can be done a number of ways, which should be explored/explained by your surgeon. ...Read more

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Dysport: how much in quantity is 30 units? Half a thimble full? Dermatologist suggests this amount for deep forehead creases, when expressionless.

Dysport dosing: The dosing guidelines are using about 60u of Dysport for forehead. That would be equivalent to 20u of botox. However, sometimes half the normal dose of Dysport is used in forehead to reduce the risk of droping eyebrows too low. ...Read more

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"fake" faints, shaking body parts out of sudden, expressionless, crying or laughing for no reason, random screams, can it be touretters? 14 y/o sister

Attention seeking: Sounds like someone acting in a bizarre manor either to avoid some issue or get attention. Tourette syndrome often begins in the 4-6 yo & evolves over time. The teen who develops this late is unlikely affected. ...Read more

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Standing expressionless in front of mirror is one deep horizontal line wrinkle. Can oculoplastic surgeon do this surgery without forehead scarring?

60 years old with : only one horizontal line on your forehead? Congratulations! A variety of "fillers" are available currently. Surgery is not usually required, certainly not as a first step. Be diligent in finding a board-certified plastic surgeon or dermatologist for evaluation & discussion of which product is best for you, depending on how long it lasts & its benefits vs. its risks. ...Read more

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How to make my face fat?

How to make my face fat?

Fillers, weight gain: Loss of facial volume is common in patients with weight loss, malignancy, chronic diseases like hiv. This wasted appearance can be improved by techniques to increase the volume. Weight gain with increase calorie intake. Fat transfer with fat grafts from the abdomen to the face. Facial fillers with strategic volume replacement. Physician review is necessary to make educated recommendations. ...Read more

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Health tips for the face?

Health tips for the face?

A healthy face: Minimize sun exposure, use sunscreen, stay well hydrated, avoid smoking, get sufficient sleep, keep your bones healthy, eat a well balanced diet and engage in regular aerobics activity to maintain good circulation and always wear your face with a smile. ...Read more

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Lack Of Facial Expression (Definition)

Lack of facial expression is a clinical finding in which a person does not display normal expressions of emotions in their face. This can occur due to nerve damage or due to mental illnesses such ...Read more